Crafton Hills College

The University of La Verne’s onsite partnership enables Crafton Hills College business and child development students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Educational Studies or Child Development at Crafton Hills in a seamless transition from the community college level to the university level, all while never leaving Crafton Hills. For most students, the program will require an additional 44 units to obtain the degree.

The University allows for dual enrollment and a student can pursue lower division units at Crafton Hills while taking University of La Verne courses.

Class flexibility allows students to work full-time as they complete their degree, while small classes create the atmosphere needed to learn from professors and peers. Personal attention from La Verne staff members means you will never feel like a number; there is always someone with whom you can speak.




Getting Started

To determine your eligibility you will need to complete a preliminary evaluation by submitting your unofficial transcripts to your admissions representative. After the evaluation has been completed, your admissions representative will walk through the application process with you.

Below provides general guidelines for eligibility, but the evaluation will provide you more detailed information.

Admission Requirements

BA Business Administration

  • 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Completion of ENGL 101 at Crafton Hills or equivalent with a grade of a C- or better

BS Child Development

  • 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • 30 transferable semester units, 15 of which must be within Child Development
  • Completion of CD 112, CD 126, CD 132 and CD 212
  • Completion of ENGL 101 and 102 at Crafton Hills or equivalent with a grade of a C- or better

BA Educational Studies

  • 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • 28 transferable semester units
  • Completion of ENGL 101 and 102 at Crafton Hills or equivalent with a grade of a C- or better

Application Checklist

  1. Submit unofficial transcripts to admission representative (contact info below) for pre-application advising
  2. Once pre-evaluation has been completed and if approved, submit an online application 
  3. Submit all official college transcripts to complete your application

After Applying for Admission

Your admission representatives will help you with the admission process, partner with you to plan your courses, and answer any questions as you progress toward graduation.


Tuition

Tuition for undergraduate classes is $625 per unit. Estimated cost of degree is $27,500. Grants, scholarships, and Federal financial aid is available.

Scholarships

The Academic Merit Scholarship is for undergraduate students with a strong scholastic record from previously attended colleges and universities. Speak with the campus admission representative for details.

Term Information

10-Week Accelerated Term Schedule

  • Summer 2018 Term: June 11 – Aug. 19, 2018
  • Fall 2018 Term: Sept. 24, 2018 – Dec. 9, 2018
  • Winter 2019: Jan. 7, 2019 – March 17, 2019
  • Spring 2019: March 25 – June 2

FAQ’s

When Do The Classes Meet?

University of La Verne classes meet one night per week and operate on a 10-week accelerated term. Classes generally meet one to two times to week from 5:00 PM-10:00 PM. There are four 10-week terms per year.

Where Will Classes Be Held?

The University of La Verne courses will be held at Crafton Hills College. Specific classroom information TBD.


Contact Us
Submit a quick form to us and we will get back to you, or contact one of us directly:

Thomas Cobos
Programs: BA Business Administration
Associate Director of Admissions
University of La Verne, Inland Empire Campus
3237 Guasti Road, 3rd Floor
Ontario, CA 91761
tcobos@laverne.edu
Office: 909-937-6991
Cell: 909-833-5001
Campus Fax: 909-937-6986

Gabriela Turney
Programs: BS Child Development & BA Educational Studies
Assistant Director of Admissions
University of La Verne
1950 Third Street
La Verne, CA 91790
gturney@laverne.edu
Office: 909.448.4327